Dearborn-based automaker Ford Motor Co. today unveiled the all new Mustang Convertible, as the company’s best-selling sports car begins a national tour of more than 50 regional auto shows across the country.
Like the Ford Mustang announced earlier this week, the new convertible model boasts a sleeker design, more advanced technology, and design changes that give drivers greater opportunity for customization. Ford designers say the new front and rear end design gives the vehicle a “leaner, meaner, and more athletic stance,” and refined aerodynamics.
MyMode with memory function allows drivers to program their vehicle preferences, and driver-assistance features such as Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection are designed to give drivers greater security behind the wheel.
There are also three new paint colors, 12 distinct wheel choices, and a customizable digital instrument cluster.
The 2018 Mustang convertible also includes a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and 5.0-liter V8 upgrades, along with an all-new available 10-speed automatic transmission. MagneRide suspension also offers better handling, while an optional active valve exhaust affords complete auditory control, letting drivers decide to let the engine roar, or not.
The new Mustang convertible will be for sale across North America this fall. Pricing will be announced in the coming months.